Senator Sherwood: Do these animals deserve the same protection given to other species? Or should they just be left to die?
Owen Grady: [to Claire; joking] If I don't make it back... remember that you're the one that made me come here.
Owen Grady: I'll be alright!
Claire Dearing: [looks at the computer screen] Proximity Alert. Something's coming.
Franklin: Where does that tunnel lead?
Claire Dearing: The tunnel connects to the rest of the... park.
Franklin: [extremely nervous; looks at the tunnel with Claire] Claire, it's the T-Rex, it's the...
Claire Dearing: Stop, it's not the T-Rex... probably.
[lava downpours behind them]
Franklin: Lava! LAVA! Lava, lava!
Claire Dearing: Deep breathes, Franklin!
[a dinosaur growls behind them in the tunnel; Claire and Franklin look in it]
Claire Dearing: [the Baryonyx comes out of the tunnel and roars at the two; Franklin screams] See! Not a T-Rex!
Franklin: How is this better?
Owen Grady: [taps the unconscious T-Rex in a truck; to Claire] She's tranqued. Okay, okay, come on.
[summons Claire over]
Claire Dearing: [frightened] Okay.
[the T-Rex sleepily moves, pressing Owen against the truck]
Claire Dearing: Are you okay?
Owen Grady: [raises a thumbs-up in the air] I'm okay!
[the T-Rex wakes up and roars at Owen as he barely escapes]
Owen Grady: [to the Stygimoloch] Hey, buddy. You thinkin' what I'm thinkin'?
Owen Grady: [Blue suddenly appears] Hey, Blue! You know me. Come with me. You know you can't stay here.
[Blue is shot in the neck by a tranquilizer dart by Eli Mills's men]
Owen Grady: Back your men up right now!
[Blue lunges at one of the men, who shoots her unconscious]
Ian Malcolm: Genetic power has now been unleashed. And of course, that's gonna be catastrophic.
Sub Pilot: Relax. Anything in here would be dead by now.
Claire Dearing: [imprisoned with Owen; watches two dinosaurs, a mother and a child] Do you remember the first time you saw a dinosaur? First time you see them, it's like... a miracle. You read about them in books, you see the bones in museums but you don't really... believe it. They're like myths. And then you see... the first one alive.
Owen Grady: This is not your fault.
Claire Dearing: But it is.
Owen Grady: No. This one's on me. I showed them the way.
Eli Mills: [to Owen] The man who proved Raptors can follow orders. You never thought how many millions a trained predator might be worth?
Ian Malcolm: How many times do you have to see the evidence? How many times must the point be made? We're causing our own extinction. Too many red lines have been crossed. And our home has, in fundamental ways, been polluted by avarice and political megalomania. Genetic power has now been unleashed and of course, that's going to be catastrophic. This change was inevitable from the moment we brought the first dinosaur back from extinction. We convince ourselves that sudden change is something that happens outside the normal order of things, like a car crash, or that it's beyond our control, like a fatal illness. We don't conceive of sudden, radical, irrational change as woven into the very fabric of existence. Yet, I can assure you, it most assuredly is. And it's happening now. Humans and dinosaurs are now gonna be force to coexist. These creatures were here before us. And if we're not careful, they're gonna be here after. We're gonna have to adjust to new threat that we can't imagine. We've entered a new era. Welcome to Jurassic World.
Claire Dearing: [after Blue is captured by Mills] It was all a lie!
Zia Rodriguez: [about a dinosaur] Never thought I would see one in real life.
Owen Grady: [about the dinosaurs] They're selling them.
Zia Rodriguez: Not Blue. They need her for something else.
Claire Dearing: [seeing the Indoraptor for the first time] What is that thing?
Maisie Lockwood: They made it.
Owen Grady: We hit that town, we call the cavalry to shut this down.
Ian Malcolm: I think that we should allow our, uh, magnificent , glorious dinosaurs to be taken out by the volcano.
Senator Sherwood: crowd mumbling Silence please
Ian Malcolm: As deeply sad as that would be, we altered the course of natural history. This is a correction.
Senator Sherwood: Are you suggestion that the Almighty is taking matters into his own hands?
Ian Malcolm: Senator, with all do respect, God's not part of the equation. No. What I mean is that in the last century, we amassed landmark technological power. And we've consistently proven ourselves incapable of handling that power. 80 years ago, who could have predicted nuclear proliferation and then there it was. And now we've got genetic power, so how long is it going to take to spread around the globe and what's going to be done with it? It ain't going to stop with the de-extinction of the dinosaurs.
Senator Sherwood: I'm not sure I know that you're talking about.
Ian Malcolm: I'm talking about man-made cataclysmic change.
Senator Sherwood: What kinda of change?
Ian Malcolm: Change is like death. You don't know what it looks like till you're standing at the gates.
Owen Grady: Nervous flyer?
Franklin: Would you ride a thousand pound horse with big wheels on the sides?
Owen Grady: I rode a motorcycle through the jungle with a pack of raptors.
Franklin: We're not compatible.
Claire Dearing: [screams at Owen as she and Franklin get in the gyrosphere] Get in!
Claire Dearing: [about the dinosaurs] How many can you save?
Eli Mills: Eleven species... For sure. I mean, more, if we can. But time is against us, I'm afraid. There is one animal in particular that poses a real challenge for us.
Claire Dearing: Blue.
Eli Mills: I didn't know she had a name. But Blue, is potentially the second most intelligent piece of life on this planet. And she's the last of her kind. She must be preserved.
Claire Dearing: She can pick up your scent a mile off. You will never capture her.
Eli Mills: Well, we thought you might know someone who could help. Maybe you can convince him.